We are now able to allow one visitor per patient, effective starting October 2nd, with the exception of those suspected to have COVID-19. Passing a COVID screening will allow entry as a visitor to our hospital. View Governor Ivey's Declaration of Rights, as well as Anniston's and Stringfellow's revised visitation policies, in the document below.View Visitation Guidelines and Rights (.pdf)
Behavioral Health Programs
RMC Health System offers a comprehensive inpatient behavioral treatment program for adults, families, health professionals and seniors. Our Behavioral Health program provides an integrated approach that is focused on improving and caring for the health and overall mental well-being of our patients.
RMC’s Behavioral Health program is meant to encourage, equip and empower patients and their families to achieve and maintain recovery from distress, mental illness or addiction by compassionately offering research-based interventions with dedicated staff.
Inpatient services, in which you are admitted to the hospital for treatment, are available for adults seeking intensive care for their mental health conditions like depression, behavioral problems, psychosis, bipolar disorder and schizophrenia.
Our team of providers offer a leading-edge treatment program with psychiatric medicines (psychopharmacology)—using the latest, most effective drug therapies.
Our program also offers group therapy as a way to work through your problems and learn from others experiencing similar situations.
Frequent use of alcohol and drugs can result in physical dependence, and initial withdrawals can be physically distressing, painful and even dangerous. At RMC, we know detox is a very serious part of recovery, and we want you to have the safest experience possible.
We offer a medically supervised inpatient medical detoxification self recovery program at our Stringfellow Memorial campus. In our medical detox program, patients are provided a complete assessment and treatment is individualized in order to deliver a safe and successful recovery from drugs and alcohol. While in our care, patients are detoxified under the professional care of a psychiatrist, as well as nurses and social workers who provide medication, monitoring and support during the withdrawal process. Team members use their specific training and skill in partnership with the patient to create a treatment plan.
If you think a loved one might benefit from our self recovery medical detoxification program, please call our intake specialist at 1-866-255-3350 for a confidential assessment.